Globally competitive cultures drive productivity
Officially lagging behind competitors, Australians must look to foster leaders with long-term corporate vision if they hope to take on the global economy.
Psychometric testing: Time for a reality check
Employers that favour psychometric testing over other recruitment methods may be missing out on some of their top talent, one expert says.
Are Facebook posts grounds for termination?
Found something suspicious on an employee's Facebook page? There's a lot you need to think about before lining up a dismissal.
Ageing population calls for new flexible work approach
As a shift in demographics continues, employers must re-evaluate their approach to flexible working conditions.
Finding Australia’s best assistant
Now in its third year, the 2013 Executive Assistant of the Year Award is open for nominations.
Paid Parental Leave Scheme missing the mark?
The Coalition’s popular Paid Parental Leave Scheme helped secure the election, but one expert is sceptical about its implementation.
Are graduates less engaged?
While still an important asset in many professions, university degrees may result in higher levels of disengagement, a study has found.
Bring your parents to work day – it’s a thing
It’s not uncommon for workers to bring their kids or partners to company events – but the new generation has got a different family member tagging along.
Forget about your employees, what is your digital footprint like?
The recent termination of a media company’s executive over misogynistic Twitter posts has sparked the need to discuss the presence of all executives online, and how that is perceived by candidates.
Adult content in the workplace: Should HR take a stand?
A recent case has seen the sharing of adult content's acceptability dependent on workplace culture, but one expert feels the problem goes further than that.